Sarah chairs the Institute for Management Information Systems at Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Vienna). She has published more than seventy articles on the social and ethical implications of computer systems and given more than a hundred presentations and talks about her work throughout the world. Her main expertise is electronic privacy, disclosure behaviour, ethical computing and ethical IT innovation. Sarah has co-authored US/EU privacy regulation for RFID technology and has regularly worked as an expert and advisor to companies and governmental institutions, including the EU Commission and the OECD. From 2013-2015 she has been on the advisory board of the Foundation of Data Protection of the German Parliament. She also maintains a blog on “The Ethical Machine” at Austria’s leading daily newspaper Standard.at and is on the board of the Austrian art and science think-tank GlobArt.